STAMP (Short Term Adult Missions Program)
Our STAMP (Short Term Adult Missions Program) goal is to provide adults with an opportunity to serve people around the world in the context of a one- to two-week trip. STAMP projects have included construction, medical clinics, kids' programs, evangelism, and teaching English. Black Rock STAMP teams have served in over 20 different areas of the world, including Nigeria, Panama, Ghana, Thailand, Haiti, Rwanda and Bridgeport.
2020 STAMP Trips coming soon!
We are currently finalizing details for more STAMP trips to come in 2020. Details will be posted here.
Why should I apply for a STAMP trip?
Four great reasons! 1) Because it will change your spiritual life; 2) It will help you better understand what God is doing in the world; 3) It will help the Black Rock missionaries we support; and 4) You will provide a useful service to people who need hope and who need to know Christ.
What about getting the money? Does the church pay my way?
No, the church does not pay your way, but we will give you concrete ideas as to how to raise the money. Contributions are made to the church STAMP program and are tax deductible. Financial aid is available for first-time STAMPers.
If I go, will there be training?
Yes, there is a quality training program and a lot of team-building before you depart. The training is required and is at least four sessions.
Will I need a passport?
Yes, if you are going overseas. They are relatively easy to obtain through your local post office. We will also provide you information and guidance on the correct procedures.
Do I have to fill out an application?
Yes. All STAMP participants must complete an application.
What happens after I submit an application?
You will be interviewed by the STAMP committee. Our desire is to assemble the right people for each trip. You will be promptly notified when you are accepted as a participant.
How do I get other information?
Contact the Missions Department by phone at 203/255-3401 and speak to Dawn or Pastor Larry, or via e-mail at Or, you can contact the team leader directly.